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News | Toked up sales The three rules of Girl Scout cookie sales: location, location, location. An enterprising Portland, Ore., girl decided to hawk her Thin Mints…

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News | March 14 Math teachers across the nation will lead Pi Day celebrations for American middle-school and high-school students. The informal holiday is so named…

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News | Dropped After a four-year battle for religious liberty, Liberty Ridge Farm owners Robert and Cynthia Gifford decided on Feb. 23 to end their appeal. The New…

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News | ‘There will be no more Kate Steinle murders, if I can help it.’ U.S. Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas, on his plan to withhold federal law…

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News | ‘I am going to get a bigger flag.’ Hany Baransi, an Arab Christian immigrant from Israel, after Mohamed Barry, a Muslim and an immigrant…

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News | Sea lion’s choice It isn’t unusual for hungry visitors to enter the Marine Room, a San Diego seafood restaurant, and take a seat in a booth. But they are…

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News | March 1 Voters in a dozen states, including Texas, Tennessee, Massachusetts, and Minnesota, will cast primary ballots on “Super Tuesday” as the 2016…

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News | Died Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, one of 12 to walk on the moon, died Feb. 4 at age 85. He died during the 45th anniversary of his historic mission…

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News | ‘Something is not working.’ U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, on reports that undercover teams…

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